GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – The Caribbean Wellness Day (CWD) 2015 event that was scheduled for Saturday, September 12 at the White & Yellow Cross in St. John’s Estate, has been postponed until Saturday, September 19.
The decision was taken on Monday/Tuesday due to the approach what was then Tropical Storm Grace out of safety for senior citizens, volunteers and organizers.
Senior citizens can continue to sign-up for activities planned now planned for September 19 at the White & Yellow Cross in St. John’s Estate, can continue to register for the event.
September 19 will be a fun day of activities for the country’s seniors who are 60+. Look out for the registration form in the Government Information Page (GIP) in both daily newspapers between now and Thursday. This form should be filled in and dropped off at one of several locations.
The registration form can be dropped off at the Post Office in P.O. Box 1018 or at the Department of Collective Prevention Services (CPS), Vineyard Office Complex; the Baby Clinic, behind Guardian Group Fatum Insurances; Sint Martin’s Home Front Desk, St. John’s Estate Road #6, St. John’s Estate; Health Care Clinic, Cole Bay, Welfare Rd. #15 (opposite Vlaun Car Dealer); Physio Fit, Welgelegen Rd. #33 or FAX to 542-9716.
The registration form should be submitted by the end of the day on Thursday, September 17.
The CPS, a department in the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, the While and Yellow Cross Foundation (WYCF), and the Windward Islands Physical Therapy Association (WIPTA), are organizing the activities for September 19which will allow the nation’s seniors to do some form of exercise that will be good for their health and is in line with the local theme: Age Active…U 2 Can Move!”